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Learn more about their work at Kent State. As the assistant chair and director of the finance department at the Dr.
Gregg estimates he has worked with about 11, students since starting. Read more about what makes this personal finance class so popular.
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Read more about their efforts here. At Northern Virginia Community College, a system with more than 75, students, financial literacy has purposely been coupled with default prevention in a robust, varied initiative. Serving a diverse student body, Young employs online activities, in-person presentations, classroom application and financial coaching to teach financial literacy. With a robust financial literacy program, they use several different digital platforms to reach students.
Student workers have developed Blackboard modules using CashCourse content to seamlessly integrate financial education into their existing learning management system. They have also created financial education videos to reach fellow students.
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As a recipient of the CashCourse fall reimbursement program , they were selected as the Best Digital Program for the Fall cycle. Solano has been a strong CashCourse school since and has truly created a campus culture of financial literacy. Led by the efforts of Robin Darcangelo and Tracy Gross, they have created cross-campus partnerships and kept financial education fun for students.
Martin Luther College has made a clear commitment to financial education for their students.
Led by a dedicated financial literacy coordinator, their programming consists of one-on-one meetings, online activities, and information sessions. With a special focus on reaching students at key points in their lives, MLC is creating a campus culture of financial literacy. After several years of running a fall workshop series, Tara DeVore wanted to switch things up with financial literacy at Allegany College of Maryland. Finding inspiration from another CashCourse Reimbursement Program recipient, she planned a Cash Carnival for fall This event combines community partnerships, cross-campus collaboration, and student-led programming.
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The University of Wyoming, a spring recipient of the CashCourse Reimbursement Program, stood out thanks to their student-led financial literacy campaign. Aaron Courtney, the assistant manager of financial services, helped create and empower the Student Financial Wellness Committee. This group of student leaders planned and implemented activities designed to promote financial education. Their innovative approach reflected the unique perspective of a college student and worked to truly engage the campus.
Read more about the University of Wyoming. The College of Saint Scholastica is approaching student health in an innovative, holistic way.
Read more about the College of Saint Scholastica. After an outstanding amount of Web traffic for April , we sat down to learn more about their programming. CashCourse is housed in several different departments and administrators are continuously adapting their approach to better meet their student needs. For the CashCourse Championship, schools competed nationwide to get the most students registered for accounts in the month of March.
We spoke about their efforts with Javier Williams, a financial aid specialist and the financial literacy ambassador for Saddleback College. Their approach combines cross-campus partnerships, multiple points of outreach, and a passion for financial capability. Read more about Saddleback College. In the fall semester, University of North Texas launched a highly successful three-stage program incorporating campus partnerships, student leadership, and customized engagement strategies. This program, called the CashCourse Tour de Money, targeted first year and commuter students with activities specifically designed to reach them.
Tanya Lundy, assistant director of student financial aid at the University of Akron, submitted a CashCourse Reimbursement Program application for her campus. This strong student engagement was secured through a partnership between Lundy and the university's first year experience course. Read more about the University of Akron. This phenomenal student engagement was reached by embedding CashCourse into two important campus-wide campaigns: Linn-Benton's default management strategy, and its Destination Graduation coursework for first-year students.
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Read about Linn-Benton Community College. You have to talk about both," explains Leticia Gradington, director of student money management services at the University of Kansas. Gradington and her team are showing students how financial literacy is relevant to them today. Read more about the University of Kansas' successful financial wellness campaign. Dolores Kiesler, student support services director at Brescia University in Owensboro, KY, brought creativity and patience to the planning process for her financial literacy programming.